BAP - Vun Drinne Noh Drusse + Booklet 12" Vinyl LP ALbum

Album Info: BAP was one of German's best rock bands, their music was inspired by the Rolling Stones and sung in the Kölsch dialect


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Album Description: 

Music Genre:

German Rock Sung in Kölsch dialect
Description / Collector's info:  This album includes a 12page color booklet with informattion and photos of BAP
Gatefold (FOC) album cover design.

Album Production Information:

Produced by BAP and Helmut Russmann
Recorded in Tonstudio Russman during July 1982

Record Label Information:

Musikant 1C 066 1466391

Media Format:

12" LP DMM Direct Metal Mastering  

Year & Country:

1982 Made in Germany
Band Members and Musicians on: BAP - Vun Drinne Noh Drusse
    Band-members, Musicians and Performers
  • Manfred Boecker
  • Wolli Boecker
  • Steve Borg
  • Alexander Buchel
  • Klaus Heuser
  • Wolfgang Niedecken
  • Hans Wollrath
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 BAP is a German rock band that was formed in the 1980s. BAP, which stands for Batterie-Akkordeon-Piano, is one of the most popular and influential rock bands in Germany.

 BAP was founded in the city of Cologne and became known for their blend of rock, ska, and reggae music. They were pioneers of the German rock scene and were one of the first German bands to incorporate elements of reggae and ska into their music. The band's unique sound and energetic live performances quickly earned them a large following and helped to establish them as one of the leading acts in the German rock music scene.

 BAP's lyrics often touch on social and political issues, and their music is known for its powerful and thought-provoking messages. Over the years, the band has released numerous albums and hit songs that have become staples of the German rock music scene.

 Despite facing numerous challenges and changes in the music industry, BAP has remained a popular and relevant band. They have continued to tour and release new music, and their influence can be heard in the work of many contemporary German rock bands.